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This book is a history of Bideford, and of the last three – poor – women executed as witches in England, in the late 1600’s.
This review looks at Hutton’s ‘The Witch: A history of fear from ancient times to the present’ and in parallel at Gardner’s original work that introduced Wicca to the wider world: ‘Witchcraft Today’. Lees verder
Philip Heselton is perhaps the most qualified person to write the biography of Doreen Valiente. Although quite a lot is already known about Doreen’s life, Philip presents us in his inimitable style an in-depth account. Here we see her not only as a witch but as patriot and freedom fighter. Lees verder
Stein, who introduced the pagan religion Wicca in Norway, never gave up his hippie ideals. He was an inspirational pioneer, with many professions. Lees verder
Jean Williams has been Wiccan since the mid-60s, and High Priestess of Gardner’s original coven since the mid-70s. She shares some of her experience, as well as some ideas for directions that the Craft could go in future. Lees verder